Though we knew the official performance stats and its official Nurburgring lap time, there was one aspect of the 2009 Cadillac CTS-V that we didn’t know until now: its price.
According to a new release from Cadillac, the new CTS-V carries a base price of $59,995.; Not only does that undercut the BMW M5 (which starts at $83,900), but it also provides some in-house competition to the more expensive (and less powerful) STS-V.
That $59,995 figure yields buyers a ‘base’ CTS-V, which, in addition to the monstrous 556-hp supercharged 6.2-liter V-8, includes a six-speed manual transmission, Bose surround sound system, and a stitched leather interior.; A six-speed automatic will be offered as an option, as will Recaro performance seats and a panoramic sunroof.
If the performance and the price seem too hard to pass up, plan a visit to your local Caddy dealer in November, when the first production examples arrive from the factory.